|Toasters (Household History)|
|by Elaine Marie Alphin|
Presents the history and development of this household appliance, describes how it works, and discusses its role in popular culture; includes reci...
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Mix together all ... heaping teaspoon to one cup of hot water. Makes approximately 3 (12 oz.) jars of instant coffee. Great for a homemade gift for anyone.
Mix and store. Place 1 rounded tablespoonful in a cup. Add boiling water.
Blend all ingredients for each type of coffee in blender at high speed. Use 1 level tablespoon of mixture per 6 oz. of boiling water.
Beat all ingredients ... degrees for 45 minutes in a Bundt pan. Cool 10 minutes. Glaze with mixture of powdered sugar, mocha coffee, kahlua and creme de cocoa.
Beat cheese until ... remainder aside. Stir Swiss Mocha and milk into ... Refrigerate until set, at least 2 hours. NOTE: Store leftover pie in refrigerator.
Mix together first ... you can't find Swiss cake mix, substitute ... a tablespoon of coffee mix. Mix until ... sides and top of cake. Makes a very tall cake.
Beat cream cheese ... remainder aside. Stir Swiss Mocha coffee and milk into ... pie by using 1 1/2 cups graham wafer crumbs mixed with 1/2 cups butter.
Combine chocolate pieces with coffee powder, if desired, ... and mix well. Spread on waxed paper and let set. Break into pieces to serve. Makes 2 quarts.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour three 9-inch round pans. In a large bowl, combine first 5 ingredients. Mix until crumbly. Press 1/3 of ...
Mix ingredients well and store in a covered container. Use this basic recipe to make the variations. Add 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon to basic ...
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